TVC:US03MY   US 3M yield

Bond yield inversion occurs when the yield on long-term government bonds falls below that of short-term bonds. This has happened multiple times in history, including in 2006-2007 prior to the financial crisis of 2008, and in the late 1990s prior to the dot-com crash of 2000. Bond yield inversion is often seen as a potential signal of an economic slowdown or recession, but it is not always a reliable predictor and should be considered alongside other economic factors


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